Courses that Count for WGS Credit

All WGS courses and the following courses are approved for WGS concentration credit and the WGS Secondary Field. Of the courses listed below, those offered at Harvard schools outside of FAS (e.g. Harvard Divinity School, the Graduate School of Design, etc.), require a FAS concentration credit petition in order to count towards a WGS concentration or secondary field. The FAS courses listed below do not require a petition. 

If you would like to petition to receive concentration credit for a course that is not listed below, please submit a copy of the syllabus with a completed petition to the WGS Director of Undergraduate Studies.  

Fall 2020

AFRAMER 131Y Black Womens Voices in the #MeToo Era (Chavers)
AFRAMER 134X How Sweet is it to be Loved By You: Black Love and the Emotional Politics of Respect (Morgan)
ANTHRO 1906 Care in Critical Times (Wright)
ECON 980X Personal Economics: Junior Seminar (Goldin)
EMR 136 Race, Gender, and American Empire (Waits) counts for WGS History Foundation
ENGLISH 210Q Queer/Medieval (Wilson) counts for WGS Theory Foundation
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-The Femme Fatale (Mitchell)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Language, Identity, and Power (Schwab)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Modern Love (Doherty)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Telling Her Story: Narrative, Media, and #MeToo (Gold)
FOLKMYTH 177 Assertive Stitches: Domestic Arts and Public Conflict (Lufkin)
FRENCH 180 "The Words to Say It": Women Writing in French from Colette to Satrapi (Jardine)
FRSEMR 62R LGBT Life Stories (Schlossberg)
FRSEMR 70S Sex, Money, and Power in the Postcolonial World (Meiu)
GENED 1036 Global Feminisms (Mitra) counts for WGS History Foundation
GENED 1042 Anime as Global Popular Culture (Yoda)
GENED 1130 Power to the People: Black Power, Radical Feminism, and Gay Liberation (Bronski) counts for WGS History Foundation
GOV 1029 Feminist Political Thought (Forrester) counts for WGS Theory Foundation
GSAS 299 Introduction to Graduate School: Skills and Practices for Scholarly Success (Bernstein) 
HDS 2710 Christian Sex (Jordan) 
HDS 3173 Shamans, Saivas, Sufis or Salafis?: Islam and Islamic Bodies in Southeast Asia (Sevea) 
HISTSCI 130 Heredity and Reproduction (Richardson)
IGA 229 Gender, Sex and War (Gender and Public Policy Seminar) (Cohen)
MEDVLSTD 111 Sex, Love, and Marriage in the Middle Ages (Gilsdorf)
MUSIC 26 The Music of Women Creators (Schreffler)
PORTUG 76 Women’s Voices in the Brazilian Literary Tradition (Gontijo)
RELIGION 1731 Women, Gender, and the Quest for Social Justice: Cases in Buddhism (Gyatso)
RELIGION 2549 Women, Religion, and the Problem of Historical Agency (Brekus & Braude)
SPANSH 88 Inspiring Women: The History of Women in Spain in Dialogue with Hispanic America (Vega-Duran)
TDM 181B Street Dance Activism: Embodying Liberation Through Somatic Practices and Rituals of Breath (Bell)
WGH 201 Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice (Janiak)
WOMGEN 3010A Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series. (Richardson) counts for WGS 1400+
 

Spring 2021

AFRAMER 131Y Black Womens Voices in the #MeToo Era (Chavers)
AFRAMER 186X Childhood in African America (Bernstein)
ANTHRO 2653 Feminism and Anthropology (Jabloner)
DEV 315M Working for Change: Understanding Gender in International Development (Matuszeski)
DPI 376M Queer Nation: LGBTQ Protest, Politics, and Policy in the United States (McCarthy)
ENGLISH 180MW Modern Women Writers (Phillips)
ENGLISH 90LG Introduction to LGBTQ Literature (Burt)
ENGLISH 90T Resisting Toxicity: Rachel Carson, Dolores Huerta, and Environmental Nonfiction (Dimick)
ENGLISH CWWR Writing Women: Workshop (Faludi)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-The Femme Fatale (Mitchell)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Modern Love (Doherty)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Telling Her Story: Narrative, Media, and #MeToo (Gold)
FRENCH 136 A La Francaise: French Feminisms Today (Jardine) counts for WGS Theory Foundation
FRENCH 149 Queer Fictions (Kim) counts for WGS Theory Foundation
FRENCH 245 Against Difference: Monique Wittig's Trojan Horse Writing and Theory (Kim)
GENED 1073 Guns in the U.S.: A Love Story (Light)
GHP 231 Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Global Perspective (Langer)
HAA 176G Women as Photographers in Weimar Germany and in Exile (Buchloh)
HIST 1005 The Early American Republic: The United States from 1783-1837 (Gordon-Reed)
HIST 1015 Native American Women: History and Myth (Miles) counts for WGS History Foundation
HIST 1955 Abolitionist Women and Their Worlds (Miles) counts for WGS History Foundation
HIST-LIT 90AN God Save the Queen! Ruling Women from Rome to the Renaissance (Gilsdorf)
IGA 390 21st Century Global Feminisms (Marks)
PSY 1009 Psychology of Women (Noll)
RELIGION 1573 Sex, Gender, and Sexuality II (Hollywood) counts for WGS Theory Foundation
WGH 207 Advanced Topics in Women, Gender and Health (Katz-Wise)
WGH 210 Women, Gender and Health: Critical Issues in Mental Health (Boskey)
WGH 220 Sexuality and Public Health (Austin)
WGH 250 Embodying Gender: Public Health, Biology and the Body Politic (Krieger)
WOMGEN 3010B Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series. (Richardson) counts for WGS 1400+